All-Clad Tri-Ply Stainless-Steel Saucepan with Lid : With deep straight sides and a perfectly flat bottom, this pan is cookware's multipurpose workhorse for everything from boiling eggs and heating soup to cooking cereals or vegetables or the namesake function, making sauces. The All-Clad stainless-steel collection of cookware for ultimate cooking convenience features redesigned ergonomic handles and All-Clad brand and measurement/capacity on the underside of each pan for easy identification. Lids made in the USA. All-Clad's leading cookware line is brilliantly styled with a hand-polished gleaming stainless-steel finish that many of the world's professional and home chefs prefer. The 18/10 stainless-steel interior will not react with food, leaving the pure taste you desire. Magnetic exterior is perfect for induction cooktops. Made in the USA. Product Features 3-ply bonded construction for a lifetime of use Mirror-finished magnetic stainless-steel exterior is hand-polished to a lustrous shine Pure aluminum core covers bottom of the pan and extends up the sides for greater heat conductivity Easy-to-clean 18/10 stainless-steel interior helps prevent foods from sticking Stainless-steel interior will not react with foods Cookware maintains even heat distribution that prevents "hot spots" when cooking Signature stay-cool handles are cast from solid stainless-steel and designed for ergonomic comfort Handles and rivets are polished stainless-steel creating a striking impression High-strength, noncorrosive stainless-steel rivets keep handles permanently secure, making cooking safer Bonded cookware handcrafted in the USA
When I'm in the Kitchen, I become: Cooking Enthusiast
I have been a professional chef for over 35 years. During that time I've used Magnalite, calphalon, Debuyer and Demeyer cookware in addition to All-Clad. This cookware is the best I've used. The biggest secret is to make sure that you don't crank up the heat under the pan or pot unless you're boiling water. The superb conductivity of the cookware doesn't need the extra heat. Yep it's pricey, but this cookware will last you a lifetime as well as your children and grandchildren. My oldest piece of All-Clad is a saute Pan that I bought in 1978 and it still outperforms the competition.